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Implications of Judge Kavanaugh’s Nomination for Criminal Sentencing

Imagine an individual who is convicted of fraudulently obtaining $5,000 but simultaneously acquitted by a jury of conspiring to fraudulently obtain $1 million. Yet at sentencing, the court bases its sentence of the defendant not on the $5,000 fraud of … Continue reading

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A sports junkie who ate pasta with ketchup: Law school friends reflect on Kavanaugh’s time at YLS

In the days following the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh ’87 LAW ’90 to the U.S. Supreme Court, Democrats have condemned President Donald Trump’s pick as an enemy of the left. But ask Kavanaugh’s progressive friends from Yale Law School, … Continue reading

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READING TEA LEAVES:  Kavanaugh’s Obamacare ruling: Part I. …

READING TEA LEAVES:  Kavanaugh’s Obamacare ruling: Part I. Read more detail on Recent Law Professor posts –

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